as you know, we need 66 votes, two-thirds majority to pass a treaty in the country. but we had the support of former president bush, president herbert walker bush, dick thornberg, former attorney general who understands u.s. law probably better than anybody else in the country. we had senator bob dole and his wife elizabeth who were on the floor at the time who has been a staunch advocate for disability policy. so this shouldn't be, anderson, a partisan issue. the rights of people with disabilities. i mean, come on. yet, it has been politicized unfortunately. >> are you hoping that next year you might bring this up again? >> yes. we're going to come back. as you know, you know, it took for african-americans, for gay americans, for women, the struggle for equal rights and justice took many, many years. so too it is in the disability rights movement. you know, i just think this cause -- this treaty will happen, because it's inevitable.